New Edgewood Kinship Support Team with Mental Health Services Serving Families with San Francisco Dependents (or former dependents) in Alameda, Contra Costa & Solano Counties!
Call Sue to enroll: (415) 650-7356
Family Resource Centers: Davis Street (FRC) http://davisstreet.org/ 3081 Teagarden Street San Leandro, CA 94577 DSFRCInfo@davisstreet.org 510.347.4620 Fax 510.483.4486 Resources and referrals, basic need assistance, parenting support and education, domestic violence advocacy, and counseling.
The Main FERC office is located at Eastmont Town Center http://www.askferc.org/ 7200 Bancroft Avenue, Suite 269 Oakland CA 94605 Oakland Office Local: 510-746-1700 Fax: 510-746-1701 Toll free: 888-896-3372 English, Spanish and Korean speaking Family Advocates available. Drop-ins welcome. Appointments are helpful.
The San Leandro office is located at: 525 Estudillo Ave, Suite J san Leandro, CA 94577 Local: 510-895-8710 Fax: 510-895-8731 Provides information, education, advocacy and support services to family/caregivers of children, adolescents, transitional age youth, adults, and older adults with serious emotional disturbance or mental illness living in all regions of Alameda County.
Youth Services Beyond Emancipation http://beyondemancipation.org/ 675 Hegenberger Road, Suite 100 Oakland, CA 94621 Phone: (510) 667-7694 Fax: (510) 667-7639 Beyond Emancipation offers a range of services to support current and former foster youth in their transition to living as independent adults. They offer support in, housing, education, employment and transitions.
AlamedaKids.org (Online Resource Directory for Children and Families) http://alamedakids.org/ Online directory for programs to help with child development, such as: Early Learning/Education, Social and Emotional Development, Child development and Parent Support.
REACH Ashland Youth Center http://reachashland.org/ 16335 E. 14th St. San Leandro, CA 94578 Phone: (510) 481 4500 Fax: (510) 481 4505 Our mission is to honor youth power and build our community’s resilience. We are committed to creating a culture of safety, belonging, and possibility that cultivates equity and happiness in our families, community, and beyond. ALL PROGRAMS & SERVICES: FOR YOUTH 11 YRS - 24 YRS ALL PROGRAMS & SERVICES: PROVIDED AT NO COST
Food Banks Alameda Food Bank http://www.alamedafoodbank.org/get-food/ Alameda Food Bank 1900 Thau Way, Alameda, CA 94501 Mailing address: P.O. Box 2167, Alameda, CA 94501 Phone: 510-523-5850 firstname.lastname@example.org The Food Bank’s mission is to provide nutritious food to the low-income residents of the City of Alameda on a non-discriminating basis.
Alameda County Community Food Bank http://www.accfb.org/get_food/ 7900 Edgewater Dr, Oakland, CA 94621 Phone:(510) 635-3663 Emergency Help Line (Need food NOW!) (800) 870-FOOD (3663) or (510) 635-3663 Hours of operation: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.(Alameda County only)
Alameda Food and Clothing Alameda County WIC 3600 Telegraph Ave. Oakland, CA 94609 Phone: 510-595-6400 Countywic@acgov.org 8:30-5:00 MTTHF, 9:30- 6:00 W
Legal Assistance Legal Assistance for Seniors www.lashicap.org 464 7th Street Oakland, CA 94607 Phone: 510-832-3040 Case Types: Elder Abuse, Guardianships, Health, Immigration, Public Benefits Case Restrictions: Age 60 or over (no age restriction for Guardianships)
Immigration/Refugee Assistance East Bay Refugee Forum http://eastbayrefugeeforum.org/ We provide a formal channel for networking and information sharing across the service realms (to include resettlement, legal, education, employment, health, mental health, and the social safety net ) through bi-monthly meetings, frequent list serve announcements, and centralization of resource knowledge for new arrivals as well as service providers.